I’ve never eaten so much scallops in my life. In Gigantes, scallops are of bloody abundance. Each of our meal (except breakfast) always comes with it and is cooked in various ways. Would never forget the small mountains of scallop shells scattered all over the island. Accommodation is too basic even for a budget traveller like me but they make it up by serving us very generous servings of seafoods every meal. #gigantesisland #seafood #scallops #seashells #giganteshideaway #foodporn

I’ve never eaten so much scallops in my life. In Gigantes, scallops are of bloody abundance. Each of our meal (except breakfast) always comes with it and is cooked in various ways. Would never forget the small mountains of scallop shells scattered all over the island. Accommodation is too basic even for a budget traveller […]

La BUSA Italian Restaurant & Bar, Newly Opened Hangout Place for Italian Food Lovers

Last night I went to La BUSA Italian Restaurant & Bar with my CBSi pals to check out the newly opened place.  We were entertained by Stefano Quaquarelli, the chef and owner of the resto.  We had a good time checking their menu while catching up with each other. La BUSA is located at the […]

Lapu-lapu SuTukil Resto – A Big Rip Off! #ReviewTuesday

The day we returned here in Cebu from our Manila trip, dude and I already decided that we’ll eat at Sutukil.  The fact that I’ve already went to Sutukil (a seafood restaurant near Capitol) made me think that we’ll be dining at a nice restaurant with fresh and sumptuous seafood dishes in the menu.  But, […]

Yoshinoya – An Affordable Japanese Resto #FoodieWednesday

Dude and I often look for affordable Japanese restaurants and we were amazed at what we found when we visited MOA a few weeks ago.  This Japanese resto is actually located beside J.CO store, the doughnut shop that I was talking in my previous post.  Look at how bloody affordable their menu is. Their prices […]

Frugal Recipe: GAPS Spaghetti Squash Pasta

Note: Aside from the fact that this recipe is budget-friendly, this is also very healthy as 1 cup serving of cooked spaghetti squash only contains 42 calories, too low compared to a cup of cooked pasta which contains 221 calories.  This is a great alternative if you are maintaining a low-calorie diet. One of the […]

Foods That Are Easy To Prepare During Emergency Situations

Note: Have you ever planned for ISHTF (if shit hits the fan)?  Do you think you can survive a week of staying inside your house during emergency situations and are secured that you won’t run out of foods to eat?  If you haven’t yet, then keep on reading the guest article below from DailyBread.com. With […]

Top Filipino Restaurants in London

Note: Here is a another guest post by Clare Carmichael, a food blogger from UK. London is a great city and there’s so much to do you’re sure to have a whale of a time. The only problem is that the British aren’t exactly known for their cooking skills so if you’re sick of greasy fry-ups […]

Cebu’s Authentic Cuisines

Note: This is a guest post from FoodInsurance.com. Cebu has a rich and wonderful culture. The food is particularly appealing, as it has flavors that will appeal to everyone’s tastes. Whether you are looking for sweet, spicy, or salty foods, there is sure to be something for everyone in Cebu. Two foods that are quite […]

How app-etising! The top food apps worldwide

Note: This is a guest post by Clare Carmichael, a food blogger from UK. Technology is evolving as we speak and it seems like every day there are new gadgets popping up, claiming to make our life easier. Nowadays you can feel like you’re some sort of noob if you’re not up to date. I won’t […]

Times May Be a Changin’, But the Russian Cuisine Isn’t Going Anywhere

This is a guest post by Lizz Dorovitsine, a fellow blogger from Russia.  I would like to share her food story to my Cebuano-based readers to give them a glimpse about Russian culture – especially their foods.  I hope you’ll enjoy her story. – Empress Of Drac I am a Russian-American at heart (both my […]